Radisson Blu Hotel at Stansted
Waltham Close, Stansted airport CM24 1PP
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If you want a really special holiday, you need to start with a special airport hotel. The Radisson Blu Hotel at London Stansted Airport, Stansted is just the place - and we mean it! This at Stansted airport hotel is right next to the terminal! With two great restaurants, a posh bar with acrobatic displays overhead, not to mention an on-site health club, this hotel has plenty to keep you occupied.
When youre done having fun, youll find an extra-large room with extra-large beds waiting for you upstairs. There are three types: blue, wave-themed Ocean rooms, red-decorated cosmopolitan Urban rooms and exotic-themed Chile rooms. All come packed with useful features.
A truly-angelic wine bar
Angels Wine Tower bar has Europes first wine tower, a 13-metre wine rack with the bars Angels performing acrobatic feats as they ascend the tower to fetch you down one of 4,000 bottles of wine, chosen from the hotels extensive menu. At night, the whole tower is lit up and makes a thrilling centrepiece to the hotel.
If thats all too much excitement, why not unwind in the on-site health club. There are a few treatment rooms, offering massages for an additional fee, a small, but stylishly-arranged pool and even a gym packing plenty of high-tech equipment into a small space. Youll even find 12 machines, including treadmills and stair climbers, arranged in front of three TVs. Theres a good selection of free weights too.
If youre looking to treat yourself, then the Radisson Blu is the hotel for you and its right on site at the airport, just four minutes from the terminal by a covered walkway, making it the closest hotel to Stansted airport. It really doesnt get much better than this, and to prove it, the hotel gives a guarantee that, if youre not 100% satisfied, youll stay for free.
We recommend the Radisson Blu Hotel Stansted for:
A night to remember - For unique entertainment that you cant get anywhere else in Europe, look no further than the acrobatic waitresses at Angels Wine Tower bar.
Great food - Not one, not two, but three high-quality restaurants will satisfy any appetite.
Spacious rooms - For just that little bit of extra room in your room, the Radisson goes the extra mile.
This was my second stay at the radisson stanstead. I would recommend and return myself. The hotel is very convenient for early morning flights and I had the best nights sleep. Staff always warm and welcoming. Rooms are very comfortable and quiet. Of course the wine angels are a joy too.Miss Edwards (Radisson Blu)
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Overall rating: 92%by 2010 guests
Getting to the airport:
It’s a 3-minute walk from the hotel to the airport through an undercover, outdoor walkway.
Overnight parking at the hotel is available if you need it and costs £12 per car. There’s CCTV and floodlighting.
This package doesn’t include parking while you’re away. If you need parking for the duration of your trip search for an ‘airport hotel with parking’ package instead.
The Radisson Blu is connected to Stansted airport by an outdoor, covered walkway. It’s 500 meters door to door and takes around 3-minutes to walk.
Travelling by train? Stansted airport train station is closest to the hotel. It’s on the ground floor of the airport.
Driving directions, and a postcode for satnavs will be on your email confirmation if you need them.
Check in from 2pm and check out by 12 noon.
All rooms are decorated in themes, including blue tones of the oceanic rooms, a red and wood scheme in the urban rooms and a Chili room style that use a variety of shapes and colours in their design. It Rooms are approximately 25m square.
- Tea and coffee
- 24-hour room service
- Free high-speed, wifi
- Laptop-size safe
- Mini bar
If 2 people are sharing a room, we’d recommend a business room upgrade. It costs £20 and includes breakfast (normally £12 pp through Holiday Extras or £12.95 pp at the hotel), in-room movies, a bathrobe and slippers, a daily newspaper.
Tip: Children 16 and under stay for free when sharing their parent(s)’s room, provided that the room type allows for the sufficient number of beds or sufficient space for a roll-in bed.
Tip: Concierge can help with luggage if you need it.
Wifi is fast enough to browse social media, send emails and watch videos online.
The hotel and car park is accessible and has:
- Ramps throughout
- Lowered units and surfaces
- Accessible lobby
- Accessible public restrooms
- Wheelchair available (on request)
Accessible rooms include:
- Lowered surfaces
- Walk-in showers
- Grab bars alongside toilet
- Emergency pull cords
- Audio and visual emergency warning devices
- Wider guest room and bathroom doorways
The hotel has 23 accessible rooms. Some are interconnected with one double and one twin. If you would like to request an accessible room please call before you book.
There are 2 restaurants:
Collage - Serves classic British dishes using quality ingredients. Dishes include beer-battered fish and chips, steak, burgers and rosemary chicken. We’d highly recommend booking a table because it gets busy around 7pm. Mains average £15 each.
This restaurant has a children’s menu, where under 12s eat free with at least one adult paying full price.
Open 6pm – 10.30 (daily)
Station 169 - is first and foremost a steakhouse. The restaurant is wood panelled with low lighting and a show kitchen. There are some non-steak dishes but vegetarians may find their choices limited.
Mains average £27 and booking a table is highly encouraged.
Open: 6pm - 10.30pm
Angels wine bar - A 42-foot tower that holds 4,000 bottles of wine is the centerpoint of the hotel. The bar proper circles it at ground level and suspended gymnastic bar staff perform acrobatics to reach the wine.
The drinks list includes 25 types of whisky and bourbon, 5 draught beers, liqueurs and softs. A bottle of Budweiser is £4.30 and a pint of Stella on draught is £4.50. A glass of wine can cost between £4 and £12.50.
Light meals include hot and cold sandwiches starting at £6.50 and larger meals like burgers, curries and fish and chips that can cost up to £18. Guests have said that service is sometimes a little slower here.
Open: 7am - 1am daily
Food served: 10.30am - 11pm daily
Our guests love the breakfast, especially how much there is and that it’s served as early as 4am.
The full English and continental buffet costs £12.95 at the hotel but £12 through Holiday Extras in advance - a saving of 95p per person.
It’s served in Collage restaurant and children under 12 eat free with a paying adult.
There’s also a Grab & Run takeaway breakfast, which includes takeaway tea and coffee, fresh fruit and energy bars.
Served: 4am - 10.30am weekdays; 4am - 11am weekends and Bank Holidays.
Things to do:
The on-site health club has a sauna, steam room and 10m indoor pool and a gym. Daily aerobics and swimming lessons are free for guests.
- Core toning
- Aqua aerobics
Spa treatments include facials and massages, which are charged extra.
Open: 6.30am – 10pm weekdays
8am – 8pm weekends
Hints, tips and extra bits:
Call reception for a late check-out - you’ll have until 6pm to enjoy your room at no extra cost (subject to availability).
From 21st August the Collage restaurant will be closed for a couple of months. The dinner menu and breakfast will be served from Wine Tower Bar as normal.
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